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Michigan State University Extension
- Michigan Substance Use, Prevention, Education and Recovery (MiSUPER)
- MiSUPER is a collaborative project that combines education with training events to increase awareness of opioid use disorder issues in communities, treatment options, and support for those in recovery.
- Mindfulness for Better Living
MSU Extension's mindfulness programs are intended to benefit anyone who is dealing with everyday stress; dealing with anxiety, grief, depression; living with a chronic condition, such as high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, substance use disorders; interested in improving healthy eating and sleeping habits; interested in strengthening their connection to, and self-awareness of, mind, body, heart.
- Managing Farm Stress
If you’re concerned about yourself, a family member, a friend or a neighbor, MSU Extension has a suite of resources and educators that can help identify and manage stress. Among other offerings, you can connect with a teletherapy professional, read the latest farm stress news from MSU Extension, take a free online farm stress course, explore MSU Extension's farm financial resources, or contact MSU Extension's farm stress specialist for more information.
- 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline
- This is a free, 24/7 resource that can be accessed by phone, text, or chat. For TTY dial 711 then 988. The 988 phone line has specific counselors for veterans (option 1), Spanish-speaking individuals (option 2), and LGBTQ+ youth and young adults (option 3). Translation services are available by request for over 250 languages. 988 is staffed by crisis counselors that can assist in many kinds of mental health and substance use crisis situations. 988 can be accessed by an individual in crisis or by someone who wants assistance helping an individual in crisis. This service is not meant for ongoing counseling. This service is confidential. 911 may be contacted when a crisis counselor determines it is the only way to save a person's life or as required by law.
- This is a free, 24/7 phone line (877-565-8860) that provides trans peer support. This line is available in Spanish by pressing '2' after dialing. This resource also includes a Family & Friends Line, to access this service ask for it after calling the main number. All calls received through this line are fully anonymous and confidential. No outside resources, including emergency resources, are contacted by the TransLifeline peers without the person's fully informed and consensual request.
- National Domestic Violence Hotline
- This is a free, 24/7 resource that can be accessed by phone, text, or chat. To call, dial 800-799-7233 or for TTY dial 800-787-3224. For video phone, dial 855-812-1001. To text, text "START" to 88788. Interpreting services are available for over 140 languages by request. Those who reach out can expect to be listened to without judgement and to get help in creating a plan for how to move forward. This line can also be used by people who want to make a positive change in the way they interact with their partner. This service is not meant for immediate emergencies and should only be contacted if you are safe to do so. This service is confidential and anonymous. Hotline advocates are mandatory reporters and may call 911 as required by law.
- National Drug and Alcohol Treatment Hotline, SAMHSA National Helpline
- This is a free, 24/7 phone line (800-662-4357) and text line (435748) that provides referral services and information about drug and alcohol misuse and addiction. TTY can be accessed at 800-487-4889. The phone line is available in English and Spanish. Concerned friends and family are also able to call this line for resources and information. This service is not meant for emergencies. Specialists do not provide treatment. This service is confidential. Specialists may contact 911 as required by law.
- National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) Helpline
- This is a free resource that can be accessed by phone and text (800-931-2237) and chat. Each method of contact is available limited days and hours, check the website linked in the name for specific availability. Translation services are available via phone. Helpline volunteers will help those with eating disorders as well as concerned friends and family. Helpline volunteers offer support, resources, and treatment options but do not provide treatment services. This service is not meant for emergencies. This service may not be confidential and Helpline volunteers may contact 911 as required by law.
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